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the world began. >> glenn: professor, tell me how the world began. >> the big bang theory, of course. >> glenn: no. now know what that is? there is a burning match. where did the match come from? who struck the cover? it's called first cause. don't call it god. professor, tell me what first cause is. "the big bang." no, sir. that is a reaction to something. tell me first cause. and who caused it? what caused it? >> i completely agree. the funny thing was the two of us were talking after class and i forget which one of us it was, but we posed the question why didn't either up with of us say anything? the only answer that could come to either one of our heads was i don't want to get a bad grade, or he has to write me a recommendation letter. >> glenn: believe me, believe me. don't be bullied by these people. they are counting op it. they are counting op it. you are examples. have you looked -- i want you to go online and i want you the look at the picture of the marchs with martin luther king. i want you to look at them. i have. over and over and over again. i have looked at them. they
we are a very fascinating country if youook at a bigcountry with more than 220 million people, a big muslim country, democratic whave a lot of achievement in the past in rucingositive a that was achievement during 40 years. but then we learn a lot that it is not only enough to have a high growth reducing poverty people need to have transparency participation, accountability and good governance. and that's become the lesson learned. we have to pay 75% of our g.d.p. because of the banking system to bail out the crisis. so a lot of lessons learned from indonesia. as a country that is so diverse but a lot ofÑi achievemt. a lot of development lessons can be learned from this country. >> many people when they look at the arab spring they say where's thmodel? some say turkey, others say indonesia. because of the way you handle-- you meaning the indonesians-- after the overthrow of suharto. >> yes. well it is... i mean, you talk indonesia after 12 years of this transition, ve painful transition in '97/'98. that experience, changinfrom centralized to decentralized, from closed society to ope
with this question. tomorrow, at your turn 40 years old. what are your hopes for the future? >> there is a big future. that is a future where we are all able to freely communicate our hopes and dreams and the historical record is an item that is completely -- it could never be changed, deleted, modified. that is something is -- that is my lifelong quest to do. from that, justice lows. -- flows. most of us are reasonably intelligent. if we communicate with each other, organize, and know what is going 9, and that is pretty much what it is all about. in the short term, it is that my staff stopped hassling. [applause] [captioning performed by national captioning institute] [captions copyright national cable satellite corp. 2011] >> the head of the national institute of health talks about science and innovation in the u.s.. the state department calls on the syrian government to withdraw troops. that briefing is later. in case you just missed it, wikileaks founder in a forum in london. >> on tomorrows "washington journal," we continue our discussion on federal spending and the national debt. after that, pe
'll be a gradual drawdown throughout the time. i think the next one, big group, will occur still in the summer and then the rest inform fall. >> and it -- >> courtney. >> hi, general rod reges, on the same line of questioning, the other combat unit that's going to come back who is that? is it brigade size? and do you anticipate that the drawdown of the 10,000 this year will be more troops that are coming back and not being replaced but they're still coming back at their normal end of the employment, versus being brought back early? >> the majority of them will come back and not be a redeployment coming behind them. that's how we'll try to do it. but there will be some that their tour will be curtailed a little bit. the final stable thoofs drawdown will be determined at a later date. >> who is the combat unit that you mentioned that you know of that's going to come back and not be replaced? >> two units, one here in kabul, it's the second of the 134th, and further, a little down in -- later in the summer, at the end of the summer, the 34 marines will come out and not be replaced and there's ano
's right to exist, renouncing terrorism and abide big previous agreements. and just as the u.s. should not support a palestinian government whose very composition is anathema to peace, so too it should not support an easyall terntive to negotiations. that's why i introduced a resolution to cut all funding to the u.n. general assembly should it vote to recognize a palestinian state in direct contravention of the charter. true peace will only be made between two peoples, israelis and palestinians, not the 191 orr members of the yen assembly. israel, like the united states, welcomes those who would make peace even as it fights those who would make war. time and again, israel demonstrated its commitment to a palestinian tate living as its neighbor in peace and security. but there are no short cuts on the path to this outcome and there's no getting around the hard con segs that have to be made. the u.s. must now stand with israel and against those who would obstruction rather than advance the cause of peace. i urge me adoption of this resolution and i yield back the balance of my time. the
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